2010 Intrepid 323 cuddy Freeport, NY
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2010 Intrepid 323 cuddy
Price : $178,888
Listing Type : Center ConsolesPower
Builder | Manufacturer : Intrepid
Condition : Used
Year : 2010
Length : 32ft
Model : 323 cuddy
Engine Make : Mercury
Engine Model : Verado 300CXL L6
Engine/s Year : 2010
Total Power : 600hp
LOA : 32'
Beam : 9.5
Max Draft : 2.5
Displacement : 9000
Hull Type/Shape : Deep Vee
Dead Rise : 22.5
2010 Intrepid 323 cuddy

Outstanding Condition, Agile, Versatile, Fast

Intrepid  is the leader in boat handling.  These rare boats are especially in demand for their high quality construction with superior fit, finish and ride through waves.  Single-step deep-V hull, vacuum bagged construction.  Extraordinary access to all systems and components for service, finest fit hatches and hardware.  This model features custom lounge seating forward of console, pop-up console electronics display, transom door, comfortable cuddy cabin.  This original owner customized the build with many options and lift kept the boat until 2015 and stored indoors.  The first bottom paint was applied in 2015.  Enjoyed for cruising only yet constructed for fishing if you desire.

Highlights of Custom Options: 1/2 Tower Fiberglass Top for expanded sun protection, Imron hull sides/boot stripe/accent pin stripe, hull side dive door foldout, bow thruster, fiberglass helm seat with electric adjustment, fiberglass folding rear bench seat, fresh water supply to electric head.  See complete list in Full Specifications.

Ready to Run Now for your FL and Caribbean fun.  TRADES CONSIDERED.

T/Mercury 300 Verado, 372 hours, cruise 35 MPH at 4,000 RPM consumes 1 MPG, top speed 54 MPH at 5,300 RPM.  Professionally fully serviced and detailed by the professionals Al Grover’s.  Ready for you.

Experience Matters.  Get it Right at Al Grover’s.

Custom Build Options
  • Imron painted hull sides Global blue/pin accent stripe Flame Red/boot stripe Blue
  • White/White gelcoat
  • Hull side dive door fold out
  • Digital trim tab indicators with auto retraction
  • Pressurized fresh water system with SS sink in cabin
  • Additional 50 gallons of fuel
  • Additional bilge pump
  • Battery charger
  • Bow thruster
  • Bow rail aluminum heavy duty
  • Windlass plus upgraded SS anchor
  • Fiberglass folding rear bench seat
  • Fiberglass table by custom seating forward (removable)
  • Cockpit lights
  • Fold under swim ladder
  • Cockpit coaming bolsters
  • Electric head (hideaway)
  • Fresh water supply to electric head
  • Macerator for holding tank
  • 2 pop up cleats by rear seat
  • Console with L-shape seating forward & electric instrument pod
  • Custom seat forward L-shape starboard side
  • Bait well on transom deck
  • Fiberglass seat w/electric control fore & aft w/4″ extension fore & aft
  • Sculpted seat back
  • Folding foot rest
  • 1/2 Tower fiberglass top w/4 recessed LED lights
  • Powder coat ALL aluminum
  • Forward deck cushions
  • Exterior upholstery Mystic White 4″ roll & pleat with Navy Piping
  • Macerator in aft port fish box
  • Garmin 4212 chartplotter/sounder 1,000 watt oil box 50/200 khz
  • ICOM M504
  • Clarion stereo, JL 500 Watt 4 cockpit speakers, 2 cabin speakers
  • 19″ LCD w/tilt bracket, DVD player
  • ACR RCL-100 dual lamp w/remote
Intrepid 323: Extra Effort by Kevin Falvey, Boating April 21, 2004

Looking to cruise at 40 mph? Achieve thrift at better than 1 mpg? Have superior handling in three-footers without taking a beating? Ride Intrepid’s 323. This side console cuddy offers high-performance, cockpit seating, and the overnight privacy of a cabin, complete with a disappearing head. A self-bailing cockpit ensures safety and easy maintenance. Superb construction and the tilt-’em-down-and-go convenience of outboard motors bring still more smiles.

The base 323 is exactly that-base. You have to buck up to make it your boat. Customizing, from dive doors to the Ultraleather coaming pads my test boat sported, is part of the deal. Hence, your 323 will probably leave the factory for more than the base price. Maybe a lot more. Finally, hot as the 323 may be, it’s not flawless, but its flaws are few and far between.

GO POWER. Jump into the 323. There’s no checking dipsticks, blowing bilges, or opening seacocks before heading out. Two-stroke outboards, like the twin 250-hp Mercury Racing OptiMax 250XS engines I ran, are tailor-made for the time pressed. Turn the keys, and you’re boating. For the 323, that means cruising with Ninja-like throttle response, a pile of midrange torque, and a top speed of nearly 54 mph with full tanks and a big top installed.

Like all Intrepids, the 323 runs on a single-step, deep-V hull. Unlike other stepped-hull boats that target a higher top end, the 323 is designed to provide increased efficiency without requiring special driving techniques. It also provides no-brainer handling and extends cruising range. Its step isn’t too large, ensuring plenty of contact between hull and water-and in the right place along the hull. Even aggressive, lock-to-lock turns resulted in smooth, leaning curves. For moderate speeds, say to tour some waterfront houses, you can run the 323 under 20 mph without the bow pointing skyward. These are attributes I haven’t found in other stepped-hull boats, most of which are fast but fickle. Who wants to memorize trim positions at various rpm to make a controlled turn?

Ride quality is stellar. Test day’s 25-mph winds allowed me to prove it. In addition to the step, which is positioned so that the proper angle of attack is built-in, the convex forward sections of the 323’s hull keep the bow from stuffing into waves. At 37 mph, the 323 lifts easily to oncoming swells and then, instead of launching, simply punches off the tops of them. Soft reentry is attained and assured not only by the 21 1/2-degree deadrise angle at the transom, but by the increasingly higher degree of deadrise measured on the forward hull panel.

All of this helps the 323 fly. I skipped-no, frolicked is a better word given the amount of control I had-across the wavetops. The 323 landed level and tracked straight time after time. Up sea, down sea, cross sea-I simply couldn’t uncover a glitch.

EVERYBODY POLKA! You can add rodholders to a cruiser, rip the carpet from a go-fast’s cockpit, or jam a head inside a fishboat’s console. None of these endeavors comes close to the uncompromising versatility provided by the 323’s layout. Forward is a flush deck cuddy cabin with a V-berth, hanging locker, and sculpted fiberglass headliner incorporating hi-hat lights. Hit the switch and the optional porcelain head revolves into play from beneath the companionway like a bookcase in a Vincent Price film. Plus, there’s a sink and room for a microwave.

Abaft the companionway hatch is a cockpit seating area. There’s room for six on two lounges, each of which sports stowage within. An L-shaped lounge abuts the front of the side console helm. Its backrest opens, revealing batteries, rigging, and electronics. The helm itself deserves it own paragraph.

At the wheel, push a button and raise the electronics pod. It’s huge, big enough for two mega-screen displays. And instead of cheaply ringing a gasket around the cutout from which this cons

Intrepid 327 CC by Kevin Falvey, Boating, Sept. 2, 2011

Twin 300 hp Verados rocketed Intrepid’s 327 Center Console to 60 mph smooth as a chamois, and it never exceeded four degrees of bow rise. Though both tachometers were redlining, we netted 1 mpg. Of course, economy increases at cruising speeds, as the chart shows. The 327 supplants the well-regarded 323, and we believe Intrepid took its design and build to the next level.

The 327âs sheer rises, and the resultant S-shape visually balances the transomâs tumblehome. This looks great and has the practical effect of increasing both width and depth in the bow cockpit. Additionally, the gunwales are several inches narrower, further increasing cockpit space stem to stern.

Now check out the 327âs stepped hull. Itâs a symphony of shapes working in harmony. By dropping the keel line, the forward panelâs deadrise has been increased to enhance turning, and that greater angle allowed opening up the vents, improving speed and efficiency. Aft, the motor bracketâs submerged âbucketâ is lower, increasing buoyancy, and the bottom is five inches longer. These characteristics help support the weight of todayâs monster outboards, but at the cost of some increased drag at top end. To compensate, keel vents â mini steps â are incorporated forward of the transom. These features proved their worth in the confident turning, no-squat takeoff and light-handed control of the helm I experienced during sea trials.

My tester had zero rod holders, though the owner did specify a rocket launcher to stow mops and boathooks. No livewell either. Of course you can have a full complement of fishing gear installed, and Intrepid offers the 327 Tournament Edition, which is currently fishing â and winning â along the Southern Kingfish Association trail.

As equipped for testing with its generous head, comfortable bow lounge with integral recliners, side boarding door, more stowage than a warehouse and a stunning and sturdy top into which a sunroof can be installed, the 327 makes a great runabout. The way it runs and rides, âweather daysâ are sure to be few and far between.

Comparable model: Regulator 34SS

 

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The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Equipment
GPS Plotter Radio VHF Compass Depthsounder Battery Charger Electric Bilge Pump Sea Water Pump Cockpit Shower Cockpit Table Cockpit Cushions Cockpit Speakers Swimming Ladder Bow Thruster

Electric Head CD Player TV Set DVD Player

Electric

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